Dennis the Menace (US comic strip)

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    Dennis and his dog, Ruff.

    Dennis the Menace is a long-running newspaper comic created by Hank Ketcham that first appeared in March 1951. It features the adventures of mischievous blond boy Dennis Mitchell, often at the expense of his parents or of his neighbor, Mr. Wilson.

    It has inspired a live-action series, an animated Saturday Morning Series, and a live-action film.

    Dennis was also the mascot of Dairy Queen from 1971 to 2001. DQ dropped him because they felt children didn't relate to him anymore.

    In Britain, the Cartoon and Film based on the Comic Book is simply called Dennis! due to the character mentioned below.

    (Not to be confused with the British comic book character also called Dennis the Menace, which is a completely different and unrelated strip which also coincidentally debuted in March of 1951.)

    Dennis the Menace (US comic strip) is the Trope Namer for:
    Tropes used in Dennis the Menace (US comic strip) include: